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2) is not the unique phenomenological expression deﬁning the (hyper)polarizabilities.
These approaches will be discussed in the following sections. 31–34 The functional form of the Tersoﬀ potential is given by E¼ À ÁÃ 1 X X À ÁÂ À Á fc rij VR rij À bij VA rij 2 i j6¼i ð23Þ The potential energy of the system is constructed as a sum of individual bond energies. The interactions are truncated using a cutoﬀ function fc(rij) of the interatomic distance rij. The expressions for the repulsive pair potential VR(rij) and the attractive pair potential VA(rij) have been taken from the original Tersoﬀ potential, but the bond order term bij modulating the strength of the attractive potential contribution is expressed by a neural network.
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Chemical Modelling Applications and Theory, Volume 7 by M Springborg; Y Aoki